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For example, your web browser caches images and scripts of sites you visit so subsequent visits to the same page will load much faster.

If someone who used the same computer after you in that temporary timeframe knew how to access a browser’s cache, and knew what to look for, it is possible they could have accessed the keys and tokens that you viewed.

In the email, obtained by TechCrunch, the social media giant said that the private keys and tokens may have been improperly stored in the browser’s cache by mistake.

Keep bears out of your food supplyOne of my favorite uses for 550 cord is when I need to suspend my food cache high in a tree.

It helps to be the WSJ, it carries cache with readers, journalists and the world, our ability to negotiate enhanced.

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Ultimately they would go ahead along with the Washington Post and publish a host of revelations from the Snowden cache.

Red squirrels cache the pinecones (saving the bears a ton of work).

Certainly, documentary film never had this much cultural cache when it was competing for theater screens.

The first cache of photos landed online in late August, and celebs Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and others were targeted.

Print also has a certain cache that might appeal to both sex workers and clients.

As the caravan came nearer, David was convinced that he saw before him the owner of the cache and the canine.

They went to the chamber where Bemmon slept and there, almost at once, they found his cache.

They were not drunkards, but the cache had given them hopes of drinks.

If worst came to the worst there was bread stuff in the cache.

Couldn't we make a sort of cache of it—bury it just outside the cabin for to-night?


On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cache, such as: hideout, hoard, nest egg, repository, stash, and stockpile.

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